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HINDS JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT 



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63 Uticanite 



Presents . . . 




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A Year at Utica 




UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 



Junior College 




STAFF 

MISS EDDIE BULLY 
Chairman 

MR. BENJAMIN HARPER 
Photographer 

MR. I. LOUIS STOKES 
Photographer 

MISS KATHERINE WILLIAMS 

MISS MELVERL1NE ARCHIE 

MISS ELNORA WIGGINS 

MRS. MAGGIE DUNSON 

MISS JO LOUISE BROWN 

MR. RODERICK PAIGE 




HINDS JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT 



"Twas autumn, and the leaves were dry, 
And rustled on the ground; 
And chilly winds went whistling by 
With low and pensive sound." 
Downing 













This is the sign which guides anxious students from 
Various sections of the country to Utica Jr. College. 
Having entered the gateway of new explorations and 
opportunities, each student begins a new and differ- 
ent life. 

The students are oriented to this new campus life. 
The day begins with registration in the gymnasium. 

Soon, the ordeal of registration is over and the 
students and faculty members are glad to see the 
approaching week. 

Before classes commence, the old and new stu- 
dents begin to intermingle and stroll over the campus 
holding hands. 




BETHLEHE'A 
HOTEL 




"Sometime hath the brightest day a 
cloud; 

And after summer evermore succeeds 

Barren winter, with his wrathful nipping 
cloud: 

So cares and joys abound, as seasons 
fleet." 




The March of Dimes drive commences 
in the month of January. Miss U.J.C. and 
Miss Homecoming are very active in 
this drive. They even travel to Tuskegee, 
Alabama, to participate in the March o 
Dimes Conference. 





"If winter comes, can 
Spring be far behind?" 
Shelley 




"Be she fairer than the day 
Or the flowery meads in May 



Each year the president of Utica 
Junior College proclaims the first 
day of May as May Day. The day 
begins with an assembly in the 
gymnasium. Each class 
competes for points in 
three categories, 
namely, talent, 
wit bowl, and 
athletics. The best 
students are chosen 
from each class to 
participate in the 
three categories. The 
class which gets the 
highest points is con- 
sidered the winner. Then 
its representative is 
crowned Miss May Day. 




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Many high school girls and boys from various schools 
are invited to the high school day program. These students 
are entertained by a play and a variety show. Many walk 
over the spacious campus and greet other students. While 
some are looking at the buildings, others stop and pose 
for a snapshot. 




"As a cure for worry- 
ing, work is better 
than whiskey." 

Edison 






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The high school boys work one day per month. 
Many of them help keep the campus beautiful and 
clean. They rake up the leaves, pick up paper, plant 
shrubbery, and sometimes water the lawn. 

The custodian sees that the corridors, the class- 
rooms, the lounges, and the lavatories are clean. 

High school girls who are enrolled in home eco- 
nomics learn to ■ cook, prepare well-balanced meals, 
and table setting. The girls are supervised carefully 
by their instructors. 



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"On with the dance! let joy be unconfined; 

no sleep till morn, when youth and pleasure 

meet 

Byron 




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After the students have completed their class work, 
they begin to chat with other students. 

Some engage in a volleyball game; others in gym- 
nastics. 






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ADMINISTRATION 




BOARDS 



PRESIDENT 



DEANS 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 



FACULTY 



MAINTENANCE STAFF 



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Board of Trustees 




Standing (left to right): Mr. G. M. McLendon, 
Consultant; Mr. J. E. Aldridge, Secretary; Mr. 
George Morgan, Mr. H. H. Davis, Dr. Robert M. 



Mayo. Sitting: Mr. W. D. Lowe, Mr. F. M. Greaves, 
President; Mr. E. Ray Izard, Mr. Clyde C. Graves, 

Mr. J. W. McKewen. 



Standing (leit to right): Mr. Dan Fergu 
son, 4th District; Mr. L. J. Beasley, 5th 
District; Mr. John Putnam, Attorney for 
Board. Sitting: Mr. Shelby M. Hubbard, 
3rd District; Mr. Tom Virden, 1st Dis- 
trict; Mrs. Anna Regan, 2nd District. 




Board of Supervisors 



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A Message From 
The President 

My dear Friends: 

I should like to congratulate the Annual Staff and its 
advisors for the 1962-63 UTICANITE, the school year- 
book. 

This is a pictorial review of the opportunities that are 
provided for the continuous growth and development of 
the young men and women who are enrolled here. It 
expresses the rapid growth of the Junior College and 
the new opportunities that this rapid growth has brought 
to both the faculty and students. 

Utica Junior College is a subject-matter-centered col- 
lege. The major emphasis is on classroom teaching. Stu- 
dents who come from this academic program are 
equipped to transfer after the two-year program to the 
senior colleges of the state without difficulty. 



The Terminal Program has attracted great interest 
since it was started in 1960. This program will enable 
young men and women who are interested in trans- 
ferring to senior college to take a variety of terminal 
trades, the completion of which will enable them to go 
directly into gainful employment. We consider this a 
very important extension in our school offerings. With 
these expanding opportunities, plus a group of dedicated 
and well-trained faculty members, Utica Junior College 
is rapidly moving to a position where it can be a most 



positive influence in the lives of both the students and 
the community. 

We hope that everyone who will read this annual will 
get an insight into the college that has meant so much, 
to so many, so long, in the Utica Junior College district. 

Very truly yours, 




WALTER WASHINGTON 



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Deans 




ARTHUR H. KINNARD. B.A. 
Dean of Instruction 

Dear Uticanite: 

Congratulations are in order for 
those who have labored so hard to 
make such a publication as this pos- 
sible. Without the cooperation of the 
entire Utica Junior College Family, 
the publication of the UTICANITE 
would not have been possible. It af- 
fords rne a great deal of pleasure to 
say well done to those who were di- 
rectly responsible for this publication. 

The story which is told in this 
UTICANITE is a new one. It reflects 
deeds that have been done through- 
out the school year of 1962-63 at 
Utica Junior College. 

Again, congratulations for a job 

well done. 

Sincerely yours, 
Arthur H. Kinnard, Jr. 



ANNIE A. JACKSON, B.S. 
Dean of Women 



JOHNNY J. HALSELL, B.S., M.S. 
Dean of Men 











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ELLESTENE H. TURNER 
A.B., M.A. 
Counselor 



Li fin 



JESSIE M. JAMES 
B.S. 

Registrar 



BETTY HOLLIFTELD 

B.L.S. 

Librarian 




MARK C. NICHOLS 

B.S. 

Bookkeeper 




J. LOUIS STOKES 

B.S. 
Business Manager 



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Chairmen of the Divisions 



James Byrdsong, A.B., Fisk University, 1955; Further Study, Tennes- 
see State A & I University. 



Robert J. Anthony, B.S., Jackson State College, 1954; M.S., University 
of Illinois, 1961; M.S. Tuskegee Institute, 1961. 




English 



Mathematics and Science 



Social Science 



Fine Arts 



Home Economics 



Agriculture 





Wiliord Delaper, B.A., Dillard Louis Lee. B.S., Jackson State Carolyn Washington, B.S., Tou- 

University, 1957; M.A., Atlanta College, 1953; Further Study, galoo College, 1948; M.S.,Uni- 

University, 1961. Indiana University. versify of Wisconsin, 1961. 



I. W. Owens, B.S., Alcorn Col 

lege, 1948; M.S., Tuskegee In- 
stitute, 1953. 



Physical Education 



Trades 




Roderick Paige. B.S., Jackson State College, 1955; M.S., Indiana Uni- 
versity, 1962. 



Bobby Henderson, B.S., Jackson State College, 1957; M.S., Bradley 
University, 1962. 



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MELVERLINE ARCHIE 

B.S. 

Science 

BERNIS BARNES 

B.S. 

Mathematics 



GEORGE BARNES 

B.S. 

Mathematics 

P. B. BOSTON 

B.S. 

Auto Mechanics 

10 LOUISE BROWN 

B.S. 

Secretary to Dean 

JUANITA BROWN 

B.S. 
Home Economics 

EDDIE B. BULLY 

A.B. 

English 

J. B. CARTER 

A.B. 

English 





MARY CARTER 

A.B. 

English 

JANET DOZIER 

B.S. 

Music 



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MAGGIE B. DUNSON 

A.B., M.A. 

English 

CLARENCE EWELL 

A.B. 

Social Studies 







JOHN A. FLEMINGS 

B.S. 

Brickmasonry 

BENJAMIN HARPER 

B.S., M.S. 
Science 

ERMA J. HAWKINS 

A.B. 

Secretary to President 

CHARLES HOLMES 
B.S., M.A. 
Social Studies 

ALICE HOWARD 
Cosmetology 

WALTER HUTCHINS 
B.S., M.S. 
Agriculture 



RUTH JOHNSON 

A.B. 

English 

OUIDA KINNARD 

A.B. 

Music 



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HENRY LATTIMORE 

B.S. 

Physical Education 

EMMA McAFEE 

B.S. 

Physical Education 



LINDBERG MOORE 

B.S. 

Industrial Arts 

JULIUS MYERS 

B.S. 

Mathematics 

LENA MYERS 

A.B. 

Social Studies 

CONWAY NORWOOD 

B.S. 

Auto Mechanics 

GERALDINE PETERS 

B.S. 

Secretary to Business Manager 

SAMUEL RICHARDSON 
Barbering 





ARTHUR RIDDLE 

B.S. 

Science 

OTHO ROBERTS 

B.S. 

Social Studies 



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RALPH SARTIN 

B.S. 

Science 

FORRESTINE SEIFERTH 

A.B. 

English 





JOSEPH SMITH 

B.S. 

Mathematics 

MILLIE B. SMITH 

B.S. 

Physical Education 

HUGH STEVENS 

B.S. 

Art 

ELNORA WIGGINS 

B.S. 

Business 

KATHERINE WILLIAMS 

A.B. 

Social Studies 



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Maintenance Staff 



WILLIE ANDERSON Maintenance 

WILLIE BINGHAM Mechanic 

JOE BROWN Maintenance 

THOMAS CRISLER . . Maintenance 

GEORGE ELLIS Mechanic 

ALMA HAMILTON Cook 

EARNEST HAMILTON Maintenance 

ROBERT C. JOHNSON Maintenance 

LOVEST McGRIGGS ... ... Head Mechanic 

RUBY MOODY Cook 

EULA NEWTON Postal Clerk 

SHIRLEY RICHARDSON Cashier 

LEVI ROGERS . . Buildings and Grounds 

MARY ROGERS Cafeteria Manager 

IONAS ROSS Mechanic 

GARRETT STEWART. JR. . . Buildings and Grounds 

BEULAH TAYLOR Maintenance 

CARRIE WILLIAMS . . ... Clerk 













CLUBS 




GROUP I 



GROUP II 



GROUP m 



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Student Council 




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OFFICERS 

JOHNNY COURSE 
President 

ARNA SANDERS 
Vice-President 

PERCY HIGGINS 
Secretary 

McKENZIE CRUMP 
Treasurer 

MR. ROBERT ANTHONY 

MRS. LENA MYERS 

Sponsors 






• . . Provide for student participation and school 
government, establish better understanding be- 
tween faculty and students, afford training in citi- 
zenship, and insure a sincere respect for law and 



order . . . 



Annual Staff 



MISS EDDIE BELL BULLY 
Sponsor 



Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready 




man and writing an exact man 



Bacon 



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Band 




MR. LOUIS EDWARD LEON LEE 
Director 



Music is love in search of a word. 



Lanier 



Choir 






MISS JANET DOZIER 
Directress 




A song will outline all sermons in the memory. 

Giles 






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Library Club 




OFFICERS 

ROSA SCOTT 
Chairman 

RITA GETTIS 
Vice Chairman 

FREDDIE L. WATTS 
Secretary 

JULIA MONTGOMERY 
Treasurer 

MISS BETTY HOLLIFIELD 
Sponsor 



Books, peoples and service. 



OFFICERS 

JOHNNY COURSE 
Editor 

SUSIE BURNS 
Associate Editor 

MRS. MARY D. CARTER 
Sponsor 



. . . And were it left to me to decide whether 

we should have a government without newspapers, 

or newspapers without a government, I should 

not hesitate to prefer the latter. 

Jefferson 



Bulldog Growl 










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The Thespians 




To enable students to portray their talents 
through acting by bringing to the school a dramatic 
presentation each year. 



MR. JAMES BYRDSONG 
Sponsor 



High School Dramatics 



OFFICERS 

MARY BEECHAM 
President 

K. C. MORRISON 
Vice President 

DOROTHY BOYD 
Secretary 

BERNICE THOMPSON 
Business Manager 

MR. J. B. CARTER 
Sponsor 




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NH A 



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OFFICERS 

TERESIA MOORE 
President 

LOVIE VINSON 
Vice President 

SHELLY CHATMON 
Secretary 

CATHERINE JONES 
Treasurer 

MRS. CAROLYN WASHINGTON 

MRS. ANNIE JACKSON 

MRS. JUNITA BROWN 

Sponsors 



Better homes for a better nation. 






NF A 



MR. JOHNNY OWENS 

MR. WALTER HUTCHINS 

Sponsors 







When tillage begins, other arts follow. 



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Webster 



Art Club 




To err is human; to forgive divine. 



Usher Club 



MR. HUGH STEVENS 
Sponsor 



VICTORIA MORELAND 
President 

CHRISTINE WOODS 
Vice President 

MRS. ELLISTINE TURNER 
Sponsor 




I do not understand, I pause, I examine. 

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Tri-Hi-Y 




OFFICERS 

TERESIA MOORE 
President 

SHELLY CHATMON 
Vice President 

VICTORIA ROACH 
Secretary 

PRECIOUS GADDIS 
Treasurer 

MISS MELVERLINE ARCHIE 
Sponsor 



To create, maintain and extend throughout the 
home, school and community high standards of 
Christian character. 



Hi-Y 



OFFICERS 

WILLIE KINNARD 
President 

JOHN H. IVORY 
Vice President 

WALLACE NEWTON 
Secretary 

JOHN MORGAN 
Treasurer 

MR. C. WEST EWELL 
Sponsor 




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Vocational Technical School 




OFFICERS 

WILLIE BYRD 
President 

McAUTHOR BOYD 
Vice President 

CLARA DAVIS 
Secretary 

EUGENE LEE 
Chaplain 

ROBERT SANDERS 
Treasurer 

MRS. ALICE HOWARD 
Sponsor 



Knowledge is power. 
Bacon 



Speech 



MRS. MAGGIE DUNSON 
Sponsor 




Words are like leaves and when they most 
abound, much fruit of sense beneath is rarely 
found. 



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ACTIVITIES 




TEACHERS 



STUDENT TEACHERS 



STUDENTS 



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Miss Dozier is discussing the "Ingredients 
of Success" in her Orientation Class. 




In Mr. Gooden's class the stu- 
dents receive instruction and 
experiment in the work of 
ceramics. 







Mr. Caston tells his students that to play a musical instru- 
ment one must be able to read the note, think the note, the 
pitch, and the time simultaneously with his physical ap- 
paratus. If this is done, you will learn both mentally and 
physically. 

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Miss Lois Anne Savage (Miss Jackson State 
College) tries to motivate the students by 
asking questions, concerning the cases and 
classes oi pronouns. 





Mr. Carter teaches a class in 
American Literature. 



Plot analysis and characterization of the short story are 
stressed highly in Mrs. Carter's English II class. 



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Mr. Banford, a student teacher, is discuss- 
ing the essential of water to life in his 
Biology class. 




A well understanding of this 
periodic chart of the elements 
helps in the blast off. 



A lecture on the phylum Protozoa, one cell animals, cov- 
ers the general morphology, physiology and reproduction 
of the phylum. 



The students in Mr. Anthony's college zo- 
ology class listen to a lecture on the anatomy 
of the grasshopper. 





college chemistry ... If it is 
true it can be found experi- 
mentally. 



If you cannot express it in Physical Science, knowledge 
is of a meager and unsatisfactory kind. 



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Although the "Holy Night" scene is noticeable, 
Mr. Smith discusses the subtraction of poly- 
nomials in his Algebra I class. 





Geometry students observe as their teacher, Mr. 
George Barnes, explains some basic concepts, 
concerning perpendicular and parallel lines. 



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Mrs. Washington stresses correct cutting and 
sewing procedures in her clothing construction 
classes. 








The class listens to a lecture by Mrs. Brown on 
the five functions of a family. 



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SHAMPOO 
F*<l»lMiSSACE 

Bevt 



These students are getting good practice under 
keen supervision from their instructor, Mr. Rich- 
ardson. 





Mrs. Howard, the instructor, is showing the stu- 
dents how to give a massage along with a facial. 



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These students are learning how to type and how 
to operate the duplicating and photo copy ma- 
chines. 





Denotation and connotation of words are helpful 
in compositions and theme writing. 



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Miss Washington lectures to her students 
in American History on the Civil War be- 
fore she takes them to Vicksburg, Missis- 
sippi. 




This course in educational 
psychology emphasizes the 
laws and theories of learning, 
teaching, and evaluative pro- 
cedures, such as the ones 
demonstrated. 



Since America has assumed the leading role in world af- 
fairs, a knowledge of World History, past and present, be- 
comes of increasing significance to Americans. 



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Mr. Caston tells his students this: "After se- 
lecting the project you plan to build, you 
will determine what materials you need in 
the way of lumber, hardware, and finishing 
supplies. This should be put down in an 
organized form." 




Mrs. Smith sees that her col- 
lege students in physical ed- 
ucation keep their organs 
functioning in a healthy state. 



Shelves and shelves of books to provide sources of in- 
formation for high school and junior college students. 



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FAVORITES 




BEST ALL AROUND GIRL 



MISS UJC 



MISS UJC and ATTENDANTS 



MISS HOMECOMING 



MISS HOMECOMING and ATTENDANTS 



MISS SOPHOMORE 



MISS FRESHMAN 



MISS SENIOR 



MISS JUNIOR 



MISS SOPHOMORE HIGH SCHOOL 



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Charm 



Presenting 



Courtesy 





■•"'*, 




Beauty 



"Best All Around" 

MISS BEVERLY DAVIS 

Senior Class 



Brain 



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"Miss Utica Junior College — 1962-63' 

AUDREY POWELL 

Sophomore Class 



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MISS UTICA JUNIOR COLLEGE AND ATTENDANTS 




YOUR MAJESTY 



HER COURT 



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"Miss Homecoming 1962-63" 

LORETTA MACK 

Senior Class 




MISS HOMECOMING AND ATTENDANTS 




THE GREATEST OF ARTS 



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"Miss Sophomore — 1962-63' 
ANNIE NORMAN 

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'Miss Freshman— 1962-63' 
GLADYS GIBBS 



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"Miss Senior— 1962-63" 
WILLIE MAE MOORE 



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"Miss Junior— 1962-63' 
PRECIOUS GADDIS 



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"Miss Sophomore— 1962-63' 
SUSIE BURNS 



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SPORTS 




FOOTBALL 
BASKETBALL 
GIRLS 
BOYS 



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The 
Spirit 
of 
U. J. C. 



The spirit of Utica can be found in the 
color of its pep rallies, the excitement of 
its football games, the pride of its cheer- 
leaders and marching band, and the atti- 
tude of its teams. The teams participate in 
various sports and activities around the 
year. 




FIGHT FIGHT 






FOR UJC 



FIGHT ON TO VICTORY 







Football 




RESULTS 

UJC 67: Piney Woods ... 7 

UJC 47: Daniel Payne 13 

UJC 6: Coahoma 13 

UJC 21: Mary Holmes 18 

UJC .... 19: Harris 11 

UJC 19: Prentiss 

UJC 22: Okolona 



COACH LATTIMORE 



COACH EWELL 





COACH PAIGE 



COACH MYERS 




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The 1962 Football Season 



It all started September 1, 1962, when Coach Latti- 
more arrived on campus to start football workouts. The 
coaching staff was called in for a meeting. At that time 
the blueprints for the 1962 Bulldog team was construct- 
ed. By September 5, 1962, the campus was buzzing with 
the enthusiasm of forty-five football players from all 
over the state and nearby states. 

On September 28, 1962, Piney Woods School came 
to Utica to give the Bulldogs their first test. The Bull- 
dogs proved more than equal to the test by overpower- 
ing Piney Woods 67-7. Daniel Payne from Birmingham, 
Alabama, was the next victim of the Bulldogs' power as 
they fell 47-13. All eyes then turned to Coahoma Junior 



College, the defending Conference champions. The 
Coahoma Tigers refused to be beaten, and slipped past 
the UJC men 13-6. Determined to get back on the win- 
ning trail, the Bulldogs outscored Mary Holmes 21-18; 
Harris 19-11, and Prentiss 19-0. While getting ready for the 
big Homecoming game with Okolona, the Bulldogs kept 
an eye on the Coahoma-Mary Holmes game, because a 
Mary Holmes and Utica victory would throw the race 
into a three-way-tie with Coahoma, Mary Holmes and 
Utica all boasting 4-1 conference records. Mary Holmes 
stopped Coahoma 12-9 as Utica out played Okolona 22- 
0. Thus, giving the Utica's men a share of the champion- 
ship. 



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Bottom Row (left to right): Joe Anderson, Walter McNeil, Leonard 
Moore, Roy Hilton, Buch Cooper, Leroy Henderson, Leroy Handy, 
Edward Johnson, Bob Smith, and Eddie Wren. Second Row: Joe Rob- 
inson, J. B. Martin, John James, Sammie Lewis, Selman Whittaker, 



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Melvin Sanders, Earnest Revis, and Eugene Bell. Third Row: George 
Davis. Johnny Debose, Jimmy Thomas, John Wilson, Carl McGee, 
Marvin Keys, William Revis, and Johnny Course. Top How: Trainers: 
John Morgan, Charles Sertin, James Woodruff, Alfonso Moore. 



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Name Position Wt. Ht. Class 

Johnny Dubose Tackle 250 6' 2" Freshman 

William Revis Guard 160 5' 10" Freshman 

James Wilson H. back 152 5' 9" Freshman 

Ernest Revis End 190 6' 0" Freshman 

George Davis Q. back 190 6' 2" Sophomore 

Walter McNeil H. back 185 6' 2" Freshman 

Leonard Moore Guard 212 6' 0" Sophomore 

Roy Hilton Tackle 220 6' 4" Sophomore 

John James Center 187 5'1 1" Freshman 

Eddie Wren Tackle 220 6' 2" Freshman 

Carl McGee Tackle 205 5'1 1" Freshman 

Willie McGee End 180 6' 0" Freshman 

Leroy Henderson Q. back 167 5' 10" Sophomore 

Sammy Lewis Tackle 237 5' 10" Freshman 

Eugene Bell F. back 185 5'1 1" Sophomore 

Percy Manning F. back 205 5'11" Sophomore 

Lawrence Hamilton End 200 6' 2" Senior 

Harvey Holly End 195 6' 3" Freshman 

Joe Anderson End 175 6' 0" Sophomore 

J. B. Martin Guard 205 6' 1" Freshman 

Joe Robinson Guard 176 5'11" Freshman 

Selmon Whittaker Tackle 210 6' 1" Sophomore 

Versie Brown Q. back 170 6' 0" Freshman 

Jimmy Thomas Tackle 240 6' 0" Sophomore 

Albert Cooper . End 160 5' 9" Sophomore 

Melvin Sanders . End 175 6' 1" Freshman 

Marvin Keys End 185 6' 0" Sophomore 

Johnny Course H. back 140 5' 8" Sophomore 

Robert Smith H. back 153 5' 9" Freshman 

Edward Johnson H. back 165 5' 8" Sophomore 

Arthur Ivory H. back 175 5' 10" Freshman 

TRAINERS 

Charles Sertin Hattiesburg J. P. Morgan 

Alfonso Moore .... .... Edwards James Woodruff 

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Hometown 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Edwards 

Hazlehurst 

Hattiesburg 

Port Gibson 

Florence 

Jackson 

Bolton 

Crystal Springs 

Jackson 

Picayune 

Kentucky 

Jackson 

Hazlehurst 

Crystal Springs 

Crystal Springs 

Crystal Springs 

Crystal Springs 

Bolton 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Magnolia 

Meridian 

Alabama 



Edwards 
Edwards 



Men's Basketball 



ED GOES UP FOR A SHOT IN THE CAMPBELL GAME. 




COACH RODERICK PAIGE 
1963 S.I.C. Basketball— "Coach of the Year' 



MR. BERN1S BARNES 
Assistant Coach 




L, 




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EDDIE THOMPSON 
6'3" Forward 




WALTER McNEIL 
6 '2" Guard 



DOUGLAS LINDSEY 
6'2" Guard 



JOSEPH SMITH 
6'4" Forward 



1963 Conference Champions 



Persistence, perseverance, and performance! These 
were the watch words for the Utica Junior College cagers 
at the beginning of the season. With the guide lines 
established, the Bulldogs began to move through their 
schedule. To sharpen their teeth, the Bulldogs engaged 
in practice games with two of our neighboring colleges. 
At these practice games they took some and dropped 
some. The Bulldogs emerged with a "razor sharp" edge, 
and were ready to take on the S.I.G. Conference. 

Persistence, perseverance, and performance! For five 
games they trounced, triumphed, and turned back all 
conference on-comers. After one loss the Bulldogs re- 



turned to their original form. Throughout the remainder 
of the schedule, they never lost again. A 15-1 conference 
record gave Utica Basketball Team the Conference Visi- 
tation Championship. 

A wonderful basketball season was culminated with 
still another honor. The head basketball coach, Mr. Rod- 
erick Paige, was voted the "Coach of the Year" by his 
conference colleagues. 

A great season is anticipated for next year, because 
the team will lose only three players. They were good 
players, but we expect to recuperate. 



LOUIS GOLDEN 
510" Guard 



IESSIE RATLIFF 
6'5" Center 



BOBBY LANGEDOM 
5' 11" Guard 



JIMMIE WALKER 
6'1" Guard 











CAPTAIN ROY ANDERSON 
6 5 Forward 



EDWARD MANNING 
6 7" All Conference Center 



WILLIE DILLON 
6 3" Forward 



J. W. RICHARDSON 
6'2" All Conference Guard 




JAMMED-HOUSE CROWD WATCHES 
BULLDOGS BLAST OPPOSITION. 



The coaches promised the Bulldogs a steak 
dinner if they beat Harris Junior College. The 
team delivered, so . . . the coaches delivered. 



ROBERT MACK 
6'2" Forward 



JOHN MORRIS 
6'3'/2" Forward 



CAPTAIN ROY HILTON 
6'5" Center 



BILLY BRANTLEY 
60" Guard 







Women's Basketball 




MRS. EMMA McAFEE 
Coach 



1962-1963 BULLDOGETTES 

High hopes for the championship rest with the returning bas- 
ketball girl stars. Such stars as Victoria Moreland, Stella Ed- 
wards, and Christine Woods are good athletes. The acquisition 
of new-talented personnel further strengthens the squad. En- 
thusiasm was displayed continuously by the Bulldogettes. 

They failed to materialize into championship caliber. The Bull- 
dogettes ended the season with a 4-9 record. Well, girls, there is 
always next year — better luck then. 



THE BULLDOGETTES 




Sitting (left to right): Christine Woods, Belvon Mack, Louise Thompson, 
Madie Paige, Ola M. Dozier, and Bessie Lawson. Standing: Rosie Har- 
ris, Georgia Karris, Trainer; Gladys Fuches, Doristine Patterson, 



Victoria Moreland, Virginia Manning, Stella Edwards, and Bettye 
Yates, score keeper. 



72 



Name 

Stella Edwards 
Doristine Patterson 
Victoria Moreland 
Ola M. Dozier 
Georgia Harris 
Christine Woods 
Belvon Mack 
Madie Paige 
Gladys Funches 
Bessie Lawson 
Virginia Manning 
Louise Thompson 
Rosie Harris 
Bettye Yates 



ROSTER 




Position 


Class 


Hometown 


Forward 


Sophomore 


Jackson, Mis:;. 


Forward 


Freshman 


Jackson, Miss. 


Forward 


Sophomore 


Utica, Miss. 


Forward 


Freshman 


Jackson, Miss. 


Forward 


Sophomore 


Crystal Springs, Miss. 


Guard 


Sophomore 


Bolton, Miss. 


Guard 


Freshman 


Bolton, Miss. 


Guard 


Sophomore 


Utica, Miss, 


Guard 


Freshman 


Crystal Springs, Miss. 


Guard 


Freshman 


Raymond, Miss. 


Guard 


Freshman 


Summit, Miss. 


Guard 


Freshman 


Jackson, Miss, 


Trainer 


Sophomore 


Bolton, Miss. 


Score Keeper 


Sophomore 


Utica, Miss. 



Cheerleaders 



Kneeling (left to right): Jackie McCadney, Edward Lawson, Mr. A. 
Riddle, Lula Curtis, and Beverly Davis. Standing: Gloria Jordan, Mary 
H. Brown, Margaret Grey, Willie B. Ferguson, Mary A. Hardy, Eddie 
Brown, Betty Yates, Joe Thomas and Irene Cavett. 



!"*V?*S 




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GO 



BULLDOGS 



GO 



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ACADEMICS 




14th GRADE 



13th GRADE 



12th GRADE 



11th GRADE 



10th GRADE 



75 




TOMMIE ALEXANDER 




Jackson 


General 


Education 




J. P. ALLEN 




Edwards 


General 


Education 




JOE S. ANDERSON 




Hazlehurst 


General 


Education 





ROY DENNIS ANDERSON 

General Education 

NELSON ATKINSON 

General Education 

MAXINE BARNER 

General Education 



ROBERT CARL BARNER 

Auto Mechanics 

BABARA BARNES 

General Education 

HELENA BEECHEM 

General Education 



JULIUS BOARDEN 

Pre-Industrial Arts 

JANITA BRADLEY 

General Education 



MARY BRADY 



Pre-Business 



JOHN BRANSON 

General Education 



ARLETHA BRENT 



Pre-Science 



B. C. BRIDGES 



General Education 



State Line 



Bolton 



V.'- ss n 



Wesson 



Hazlehurst 



Edwards 



Wesson 



Utica 



Jackson 



Jackscn 



Jackson 



I.i 'ks> n 



The Sophomore 



76 



FLENOICE BROWN Jackson 

General Education 

GLADYS BURNS Learned 

General Education 

WALTER CATCHINGS Jackson 

General Education 



JIMMYE COLEMAN 


Jacks* n 


General Education 




JOHNNY COURSE 


Jackson 


Pre-Mathematics 




JOYCE DANIELS 


Jackson 


General Education 





EDNA DAVIS 


Raymond 


General Education 




TOMMY DAVIS 


Hattiesburg 


General Education 




EARNEST DIVINE 


Bolton 


Pre-Business 





MOSBY DIXON 


Georgetown 


Pre-Business 




STELLA EDWARDS 


Jackson 


General Education 




LELA FERGUSON 


Raymond 


General Education 





ODELL FLAGG 




Edwards 


General 


Education 




JERILEAN FOSTER 




Edwards 


General 


Education 




JERRY L. FRAZIER 




Utica 


General 


Education 






Class of 1963 



77 




LEROY HENDERSON 

General Education 



T. L. Harvey- 



General Education 



ROSIE HARRIS 



General Education 



ANNIE HARRIS 

General Education 

CHRISTINE HARDY 

General Education 

VELMA GUINES 

General Education 



FLOREE GUSTAVIS 

Pre-Mathematics 

SANDRA GRIFFIN 

Pre-Business 

MELVIN GREENE 

General Education 



Bolton 



Jackson 



Bolton 



LaSALLE HARRIS 


Jackson 


General Education 




GEORGIA HARRIS 


Georgetown 


General Education 




DOROTHY HARRIS 


Jackson 


General Education 





Bolton 



Utica 



Terry 



Hazlehurst 



Jackson 



Edwards 



jOS^l 


EARNEST GREENE 




Edwards 


Wk 


General 


Education 




r \ 


CORA GREEN 




Jackson 


*5 ,7 


General 


Education 




I 


ARNETT GARRETT 




Jackson 


r Jr 


General 


Education 




^L 








£^ 









The Sophomore 



78 



MARGARETTE HERRON 

General Education 

MARY HIGGINS 

General Education 



TRAVIS HILL 



Pre-Business 



Jackson 



Utica 



Wesson 



ROY HILTON 




Hazlehurst 


General 


Education 




CAROLYN HORNE 




Hattiesburg 


General 


Education 




ROBERT JACKSON 




Jackson 


General 


Education 





MYRTLE JACOBS 




Utica 


General 


Education 




BOBBY JOHNSON 




Jackson 


General 


Education 




JERELINE JOHNSON 




Jackson 


General 


Education 





R. C. JOHNSON 


Edwards 


Pre-Mathematics 




YVONNE JOHNSON 


Jackson 


General Education 




CATHERINE JONES 


Terry 


General Education 





EDWARD JONES 




Jackson 


General 


Education 




MINNIE JORDAN 




Edwards 


General 


Education 




VIVIAN KELLY 




Utica 


Ganeral 


Education 






Class of 1963 



79 




ALFRED NELSON Crystal Springs 

Pre-Industrial Arts 

JOHNNY NEAL Carpenter 

General Education 

MARY NAVE Carpenter 

General Education 



MARY MOORE 

General Education 

ALMA J. MITCHELL 

General Education 

ROBERT MILLER 

General Education 



HATTIE MAXIE 

General Education 

WALTER MASON 

General Education 

BARBARA MASON 

General Education 



CHRISTINE MARSHALL 

General Education 



PAUL MARBRO 



JAMES KING 



Auto Mechanics 



Auto Mechanics 



Jackson 



Hazlehurst 



Hazlehurst 



TYRONE McCELLIUS 


Jackson 


General Education 




GEORGIA McELORY 


Jackson 


General Education 




WILLIE MAYFIELD 


Jackson 


General Education 





Bolton 



Bolton 



Carpenter 



Jackson 



Carlisle 



Wesson 



The Sophomore 



80 



ANNIE NORMAN 

General Education 

BEATRICE PAIGE 

General Education 



MADIE PAIGE 



General Education 



DOROTHY POPE 

General Education 

AUDREY POWELL 

General Education 



HELEN REESE 



General Education 



RICHARD SMITH 

General Education 

GENEVA ROBERTS 

Genera! Education 

BENARD ROBINSON 

Pre-Industrial Arts 



JOHN SAMUEL 



Auto Mechanics 



DELORIS SIMS 



General Education 



ELINDER SMITH 

General Education 



WILLIE SMITH 



Auto Mechanics 



Jackson 



Utica 



'• ' ' : i 



Terry 



Utica 



Hazlehurst 



Jackson 



Utica 



Bolton 



Jackson 



HOWARD SCOTT Hazlehurst 

Auto Mechanics 



Edwards 



Edwards 



Wesson 



MAE HELEN TAYLOR Crystal Springs 

General Education 




mass of 1963 



81 




JOHNNYE THOMPSON 

General Education 

JOSEPHINE TILLMAN 

Pre-Business 

FREDDIE TURNER 

General Education 



MELBA WARD 

General Education 

CHARLES WASHINGTON 

General Education 



JAMES WEBB 



Carpentry 



ARTHUR WEBSTER 

General Education 

SIDNEY WEST 

General Education 

GLORIA WHITE 

General Education 



Edwards 



Bolton 



Jackson 



EARNEST VINSON 




Hazlehurst 


General 


Education 




DAVID WALKER 




Jackson 


General 


Education 




JOHNNY WALKER 




Jackson 


General 


Education 





Jackson 
Jackson 
Wesson 



Jackson 



3olton 



Jackson 



CLIFTON WILLIAMS 


Jackson 


Auto Mechanics 




THEOLA WILLIS 


Jackson 


General Education 




CHRISTINE WOODS 


Bolton 


General Education 





The Sophomore 



82 



EARNESTINE TATES 


Jackson 


General Education 




JAMES TERRY 


Utica 


General Education 




WALTER YOUNGER 


Jacks* >n 


Auto Mechanics 





ANNA RAY YATES tystal Spri, 

Cosmetology 

BETTY YATES 

General Education 

MARY YATES 

General Education 



NATHANIEL YOUNGER 

Brickmasonry 



Utica 



Utica 



fa ks n 




Class of 1963 



83 



EARLEAN ALLEN 


Learned 


LESSIE ATKINSON 


Bolton 


ROY AYERS 


Crystal Springs 


CORA BANKS 


Jackson 


ELIZABETH BARBER 


Bolton 


L. C. BARBER 


Bolton 


CHARLENE BARNER 


Wesson 


EARNEST REVIS 


Hattiesburg 


LOUISE BERRY 


Crystal Springs 


JOHNNIE DUBOISE 


Hattiesburg 


CHARLENE BOZEMAN 


Terry 


STELLA BROWN 


Hazlehurst 


BILLY BRANTLEY 


Georgetown 


EARLEAN BROWN 


Crystal Springs 


VERSEY BROWN 


Crystal Springs 


WILLIE D. BURNS 


Raymond 


HANNAH BYRD 


Brookhaven 


WILLIE BYRD 


Brookhaven 


HAZEL CAVETT 


Clinton 


IRENE CAVETT 


$ 
Clinton 


ELLA CLARK 


Jackson 


ALBERT COOPER 


Hattiesburg 


THOMAS COURSE 


Jackson 


BEATRICE CROWDER 


Edwards 


McKENZIE CRUMP 


Terry 


LULA CURTIS 


Utica 


JAMES CROSS 


Utica 


JUNE CAMMACK 


Crystal Springs 



Freshmen 











4^4 






84 




Freshmen 



WILLIE ROBINSON 


Crystal Spiings 


LEVIE ROBINSON 


Sandy Hook 


JOE N. ROBINSON 


Crystal Springs 


SHELLY ROUNDTREE 


Jackson 


GERALDINE SAMUEL 


Jackson 


ARNA SANDERS 


Raymond 


MELVIN SANDERS 


Hattiesburg 


O. C. SANDERS 


Utica 


ROBERT SANDERS 


Crystal Springs 


RICHARD SAVAGE 


Vicksburg 


ROSIE SCOTT 


Utica 


CHARLES SERTIN 


Hattiesburg 


BENNIE F. SHANNON 


Hazlehurst 


GLADY SHELLY 


Clinton 


LAURA SINGLETON 


Hazlehurst 


ALVESTER SMITH 


Terry 


JOHN SMITH 


Utica 


LEE DESTRA SMITH 


Utica 


ROBERT SMITH 


Magnolia 


WILLIE C. SMITH 


Hazlehurst 


ROSA STAMPLEY 


Vicksburg 


JOHNNY STEWART 


Jackson 


JANIE STOVALL 


Hazlehurst 


ANNIE R. TAYLOR 


Jackson 


GLOREASTEAN TAYLOR 


Vicksburg 


CLAUDETTE THOMAS 


Edward 


LEROY THOMAS 


Clinton 


EDDIE LEE THOMPSON 


Bolton 



89 



LOUISE THOMPSON 


Jackson 


J. B. THORTON 


Jackson 


CATHERINE TURNER 


Hazlehurst 


HOWARD VEAL 


Jackson 


CHARLES VINCENT 


Hazlehurst 


FLORIDA WARREN 


Jackson 


BETTY WEEDEN 


Edwards 


ROBERT WHITE 


Raymond 


JOHN WHILTER 


Utica 


DOROTHY WILBERT 


Hazlehurst 


ARDELIA WILLIAMS 


Utica 


BERNICE WILLIAMS 


Hazlehurst 


CLEO WILLIAMS 


Edwards 


CLORIA WILLIAMS 


Jackson 


DOROTHY WILLIAMS 


Hazlehurst 


HERBERT W. WILSON 


Philadelphia 


BETTYE WINTERS 


Utica 


WILLIE C. WOODALL 


Terry 


BOOKER T. WOODARD 


Hazlehurst 


EDDIE L. WREN 


Lorman' 



Freshmen 




90 




PHILLIP BATTLE 
MARY BEECHAM 
ROOSEVELT BEECHAM 



DOROTHY JEAN BOYD 
DAISY BREAKFIELD 
BARBARA BROOME 



ORA LEE BROWN 
MARY CALLAHAN 
BETTY COLEMAN 



EUGENE COLEMAN 
JURIST LEE CRAFT 
LEONARD L. CRAFT 



SARAH L. CRAFT 
LOIS RAY CROSS 
ROSETTA CROSS 



BETTY JEAN CRUMB 
DAISY CRUMP 
KENNETH CRUMP 



DIANE DANIELS 
BEVERLY CARL DAVIS 
DOROTHY DAVIS 



Edwards 

Utica 

Edwards 



Utica 

Crystal Springs 

Utica 



Utica 

Utica 

Edwards 



Edwards 
Utica 
Utica 



Carpenter 
Edwards 
Edwards 



Utica 
Utica 
Utica 



Bolton 

Utica 

Edwards 



The Seniors 



91 



Class of '63 



LESLIE DAVIS 
LOISTEAN DAVIS 
MERRELL DAVIS 



MIMS DIXON 
IDA DURHAM 
MARY EASLEY 



WILLIE FERGUSON 
EMMA FLAGG 
ARDEAL FLOYD 



BERDISTEAN FLOYD 
VERNIA FORTNER 
EARLEAN FOSTER 



MINNIE FOSTER 
LABERTHA FRAZIER 
WILMA HICKS 



SWETTIE HOUSTON 
CHARLES IVORY 
JOHN IVORY 



JAMES JOHNSON 
PAUL JOHNSON 
JIMMIE JOHNSON 



Carpenter 
Utica 
Utica 



Crystal Springs 

Carpenter 

Crystal Springs 



Utica 
Edwards 
Edwards 



Edwards 
Edwards 
Edwards 



Edwards 
Utica 

Edwards 



Raymond 
Edwards 
Edwards 



Edwards 

Utica 

Edwards 




92 




GLORIA JORDAN 
WILLIE KINNARD 
EDWARD LAWSON 



LOUISE LAWSON 
CARRIE LIDELL 
JACKIE McCADNEY 



BETTY McGRIGGS 
DELORIS McKENZIE 
ALMA McPHERSON 



LORETTA MACK 
CLIFTON MARSHALL 
MARY MILTON 



ETHER REAM MIMS 
EARLEAN MONTGOMERY 
TERESIA MOORE 



WILLIE M. MOORE 
RUTH MORGAN 
WILLIE PAIGE 



VERNELL RICHARDSON 
PATRICIA ROBINSON 
LCF.IANE ROBINSON 



Edwa 

Utica 
Uli > 



Raymond 
Ulica 
Ulica 



Ulica 

Edwards 
Edwards 



Edwards 
Carpenter 

: : ■;: ■ : ; 



Utica 

Carpenter 

Utica 



Utica 
Utica 
Utica 



Edwards 

Edwards 

Utic? 



The Seniors 



93 



Class of '63 



ALMA ROSS 
FREDDIE SANDERS 
JOYCE SANDERS 



WILLIE L. SIMMONS 
GEORGIA SIMS 
MARGARET SNOW 



FRANK STURGIS 
HERBERT TERRY 
ORA L. TERRY 



CORNELIUS THOMAS 
MATTHEW THOMAS 
ANNIE THOMPSON 



BERNICE THOMPSON 
YVONNE THORNTON 
ROSA WADE 



MAGGIE WASHINGTON 
ISRIA WASHINGTON 
BESSIE WELLS 



PEARLIE WHITTAKER 
DALLAS WILSON 
GLORIA YOUNG 



Edwards 

Utica 

Edwards 



Utica 
Edwards 
Edwards 



Utica 
Utica 
Utica 



Utica 

Utica 

Edwards 



Edwards 

Edwards 

Crystal Springs 



Utica 

Utica 

Edwards 



Raymond 
Utica 
Utica 




94 



Juniors 



CLARENCE ANDREWS 

AMOS BANKSTON 

LOTTIE BOWMAN 

LUCY BROOME 



ARETHA BROWN 

CHARLES BROWN 

EDDIE BROWN 

MARY BROWN 



DENOIS BUTLER 

TERESIA BUTLER 

WILLENA CARSON 

MARGARET CLARK 



JEAN CHAMBERS 

SHELLY CHATMON 

JOHN CORLEY 

THELMA DAVIS 



MYRA FERGUSON 

RUTH FERRELL 

CHARLES HELD 

DELORES HELD 



CLEMETINE FLAGG 

PRECIOUS GADDIS 

JANIS GETTIS 

EMMA HARDING 




95 




DOROTHY HARDY 
MADGELENE HARVEY 
ROBBIE HENRY 
CURTIS HERRING 



LAVERNE HOBSON 
DOROTHY JACKSON 
CLARA JACOBS 
PHILLIP JOHNSON 



W. C. JOHNSON 
THOMAS D. JOINER 
CATHERINE JONES 
ESTELLA JONES 



VERLEAN KIDD 
NARVEL KIMBLE 
EUGENE LIDDELL 
WILSON LOMAX 



JULIA MALLETT 
DOROTHY McDUFFIE 
LEONARD McINNIS 
ETHEL McKINLEY 



ANNIE MINNIEFIELD 
GOLDIA MOFFETT 
ANNIE MORGAN 
ELIZABETH MORRISON 



Juniors 



96 



Juniors 



K. C. MORRISON 

MARY MYRICKS 

JOE NEWTON 

WALLACE NEWTON 



LIZZIE PAIGE 

DORA PALMER 

P. C. PRICE 

CARRIE RHOADMAN 



VICTORIA ROACH 

NELLIE ROBERTS 

CRESSIE ROBINSON 

GENEVIA ROBINSON 



PATRICIA ROBINSON 

ROSIE ROBINSON 

LEE ARTHUR ROSS 

WILLIE Z. SCOTT 



SUSSIE SHIPPINGS 

GENNIA SMITH 

LORETTA SMITH 

ROSETTA SMITH 



BOOKER STAMPS 

MELVIN STAMPS 

LEROY STOKES 

CASSANDRA THEUS 




97 




GENNIE THOMAS 
WILLIE BELL THOMPSON 
SAM THOMPSON 
EARNESTINE THOMPSON 



WALTER THOMPSON 
THELMA TODD 
LOVIE VINSON 
EFFIE WADE 



MARY WALKER 
GEORGE WALLACE 
L. J. WARD 
FRED WASHINGTON 



ADA WILLIAMS 
ELLIE WILLIAMS 
JOSEPH WILLIAMS 
CARL WINTERS 



DELORES WOLFE 
RUTH YOUNG 



Juniors 






98 



10th Grade 



JOHN ALEXANDER 

DOROTHY ALLEN 

THELMA ALLEN 

MARLENE ANDERSON 
ADA BAILEY 

CAROLYN BEECHAM 
LINCOLN BELL 

ESTELLA BROWN 

LEE ETTA BROWN 

VERGIE BROWN 

CLIFTON BUTLER 
ALCE BURNS 

L. A. BURNS 

LULA BURNS 

SUSIE BURNS 

IRENE BURSE 

JOAN CAMPBELL 

ANNIE MAE CARSON 

MARGARET CLARK 

GEORGIA CLAY 

LARRY CHATMON 

JOHN COOPER 

WILLIE CORLEY 

DOROTHY CROWDER 
WILLIE CRUMP 

GLORIA DAVIS 

LEOLA DAVIS 

QUEEN DAVIS 

ROBERT DAVIS 

ROOSEVELT DAVIS 

IRMARIE DONALDSON 
A. C. DULANEY 

DORIS FISHER 

LEON GOLDSBERRY 

CATHERINE GRAHAM 

RUBY GREEN 

ELEASE GRIFFIN 

BETTY HAMILTON 

LOTTIE HARRIS 

ANNIE HENDERSON 

LINDA HENDERSON 

WANDA HOPKINS 

CORNELIUS HORTON 

ROSIA M. HOUSTON 

DIANE HOWARD 



9 8AQ 




99 




10th Grade 



EARNESTINE HOWARD 
CHARLES IRVING 

GLORIA JACKSON 

HELEN JACKSON 

JEWELINE JACKSON 

PAULETTE JACKSON 
PAUL JACOBS 

PAULINE JACOBS 

DONALD JAMISON 

ODESTA JAMES 

EARNEST JAMISON 

CATHERINE JOHNSON 

CORA LEE JOHNSON 
JOAN JOHNSON 

ROSA JOHNSON 

WILLIE JOHNSON 

MARY ANN JONES 

MARY L. JONES 

CAROLYN JORDAN 

ANNIE KELKER 

ALTHANETTE KELLY 
PAULINE KINGS 

TOMMIE KINNARD 

CHINELLA KYLES 

LORENEA LEE 

GRADDIE LIDELL 

THELMA LIDELL 

LULA McGOWAN 

MARY McGOWAN 

VERGIE McPHERSON 

ALMETHIA MALLETT 
MARY MAYS 

DORIS MIMS 

MERLE MIMS 

AARON MONTGOMERY 

JAMES MOORE 

ROBERT MOORE 

JESSIE MOSLEY 

JAMES MYERS 

EDDIE NELSON 

GWENDOLYN NEWMAN 
ALBERT NOLEN 
J. C. PRICE 

BERTHA PRICE 

E. L. PRICE 



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10th Grade 



HELEN D. PRICE 

ESTELLA RAMSEY 

ANNIE ROBERTS 

ETHEL ROBINSON 

I. T. ROBINSON 

JAMES ROBINSON 

MARY ROBINSON 

WALTER ROBINSON 
ROBERT ROPER 

CHARLES ROSS 

ROSA ROSS 

SHIRLEY ROSS 

ARTHUR ROSS 

ANNIE SEATON 

DORIS SCOTT 

ALEX SINGLETON 
RUBY SISNEY 

WILLIE SMITH 

GLORIA SNOW 

WILLIE STAMPS 

RUBY TERRY 

CHARLIE THOMAS 

WILLIE THOMAS 

ANGELINE THOMPSON 

BENNIE THOMPSON 

BERTHA THOMPSON 

DOROTHY THOMPSON 

JAMES THOMPSON 
LOUIS TURNER 

SHIRLEY WALKER 

BENNIE WALLACE 

CLARA WASHINGTON 
FREDDIE WATTS 

EARNESTINE WEBBS 

EFFIE WILLIAMS 

HOWARD WILLIAMS 

JAMES WILLIAMS 

JERRY WILLIS 

JOHNNIE WILLIAMS 

SAMUEL WILLIAMS 

EARNESTINE WILSON 
MINNIE WOLFE 




2 95 S 





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Utica, Mississippi — Phone 2061 



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UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 



Sales & Service 



Phone 3761 



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ED'S AUTO REPAIR 


General Repairs, Wrecker 


Service, Wheel Balancing 


Fiont End Alignment - Electric - Acetylene Welding 


Your Friendly Motor Vehicle Inspection Station No. 71 


P. O. Box 282 - PHO* 


IE 4642 - Utica, Miss. 


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WE, THE UTICANITE STAFF MEMBERS. 


CRYSTAL SPRINGS,, MISSISSIPPI 


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MERCI BEAUCOUP 


NEWSPAPER • PRINTING • PHOTOGRAPHY 


THANK YOU VERY MUCH . . . 


Bennie Thompson 


Betty Crumb 


Irmarie Donaldson 


Mary Beecham 


Sussie Burns 


Dorothy Boyd 


Goldia Moffett 


Alma McPherson 


Janis Gettis 


Lula Curtis 


Catherine Jones 


Bettye Winters 


Precious Gaddis 


Percy J. Hiqqins 


Mary Myricks 


Belvon Mack 


Beverly Davis 


John Davis 


Jackie McCadney 


Elinder Smith 


Diane Daniels 


Annie Harris ; 


Etherine Mims 


Dora Manuel 


Rosa Wade 


Madie Paiqe 


Loistean Davis 


Alma Mitchell 



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